Morning North | Jan 28, 2013 | 3:37

Truth and Reconciliation continues

Residential school survivors on the James Bay Coast will get to share their stories over the next two days. We'll connect with Reporter Megan Thomas who is in Moose Factory.

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Morning North Parry Sound shot putter at Pan Am Games Jul 6, 2015 | 5:15We introduce you to another Northern Ontario athlete competing at the Pan Am Games... Tim Hendry-Gallagher of Parry Sound will throw the shot put for Canada at the games. We dial him up to find out more about him.
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Morning North Sudbury city council heads into two days of meetings Jul 6, 2015 | 6:58Greater Sudbury city council will pack 6 meetings into two days. There's a lot to talk about from Ramsey Lake condos to free bus rides for seniors and flushing drinking water down the toilet. The CBC's Erik White gave us a preview of what's on the agenda.
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Morning North The alphabet of awful Jul 6, 2015 | 5:54What's awful to you? We spoke to two Sudburians who've created a book to show kids bad things happen. The book is called "The Alphabet of Awful". Tracy Baker and Josh Turnbull joined us in studio with more details.
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Morning North Sudbury couple wants school bus stop relocated Jul 6, 2015 | 8:11An accident waiting to happen? A Sudbury couple wants a school bus at the end of their driveway relocated. They say the stop in an inconvenience and they're afraid for the kids' safety. Angelina and Jason Tang joined us in studio to talk about the problem
Morning North - Northern Lights Festival Boreal 2015 set to goJul 3, 2015 | 8:23Morning North Northern Lights Festival Boreal 2015 set to go Audio
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